Hello, it’s been a long time since I’ve blogged. Thankfully, the main reason for that is that I have been very busy with interior design projects. For that I’m very grateful. However, I’ve neglected my website and certainly have not provided any design advice for those seeking it via the internet. So it is my intention to commit to blogging regularly – hopefully at least once a week and sharing my interior design experiences, in the hopes that it will benefit some one out there and also help me analyze my own design process.
Euro Intelligent Kitchens is celebrating their new showroom. Come celebrate with them and see stunning European design modern cabinetry the likes of Poggen Pohl and Bulthaup, without the hefty price tag! Its handcrafted quality, veneers and finishes that you don’t find here for this price. They offer electric cabinet openers at the touch of a button. Sleek undercabinet lighting built-in to the cabinet and undercounter lighting all seamlessly integrated and hidden. Its cutting edge design and customizable. Jack Vojcik is the owner. We’ve worked together on several projects. He’s a great guy, easy to work with and fun to be around. I highly recommend him and his products. Come visit and have some wine, meet Jack and see his beautiful showroom. It will be a fun night. Euro Intelligent Kitchens 4231 S. Natches Ct. Unit F Englewood, CO 80110 June 24th 2011 From 4:00pm – 8:00pm www.eurointelligentkitchens.com
The designer within 2010 @ SPIRE is an interior design competition televised on Rocky Mountain PBS last month. I, along with approximately a hundred or so local interior designers met to compete for the top three spots and the chance to transform the interior of one of three SPIRE identical floor plans. The units were all basic with kitchen and bathroom already completed, but the paint selection, drapery, furnishings, decorations and art were completely up to each designer. The selection process was based 100% on a design board.
Even though it is not necessarily attractive, our homes need a system to remove rainwater and snow runoff from the exterior walls and foundation. The common system used here is GUTTERS and DOWNSPOUTS – the aluminum troughs that run around the exterior of your home are the gutters and the downspouts are the portions that run vertically from the gutter to the ground. Read more
Exterior Window Brick Molding – In this example the old windows were replaced with glass block. Glass block comes in a variety of sizes, but most often no matter what size you select you will have an extra gap – either on the sides or on the top and bottom. This can be filled in with wood and covered on the interior rather easily with a ledge, trim or building the wall up to the new window size. However, the exterior building material is brick. It is not as easy to conceal the “extra gap” material from the outside. This example had wood on either side, flush with the window and painted to match the other decorative trim Read more
I LOVE new clean-lined modern buildings and homes. I also LOVE older diverse neighborhoods full of homes built before I was born with loads of character! In my blog I will be pointing out features of both old and new homes that I find noteworthy. I will also provide design tips that you will hopefully find helpful and of interest, or at the very least – entertaining! If you have an older home and want to incorporate modern elements – I have ideas! If you have a newly built home or condo that looks like all the others in your neighborhood or building – I’ve got ideas for personalizing your space and making it stand out from the rest. Read more